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Monday, July 12, 2004

Secret Pal Gift #2

When I returned home from work on Friday, I saw a package on the front step--yippee! It was from my secret pal!! I rushed inside and opened it up. Inside were 3 balls of Berroco Suede in a brown, a Berroco pattern book, and a card. I will post a picture later. I would have done it this weekend, but I was extrememly busy!!

In other knitting news:

I finished seeming up Football Widow. I am not sure how I like the bulkiness of it. It is a cute sweater, but with all the seems done up, I feel like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man!! I still need to do the turtle-neck on it, so it is not 100% done. I think I'll get that done tonight and take pictures.

I learned that I am bad at finishing on this sweater. I personally don't think it looks "professional". Not that it would or should, but it looks messy (to me) and I am not sure what I did wrong. Maybe more practice is what I need....or I can just start doing sweaters in the round!!!


Blogger caramelknits said...

I have found that seaming is the hardest thing for me too. It can be so tedious that I don't think I take as much care as I should. I think it's like that for a lot of knitters. It's like swatching. I hate to do it because I'd rather be actually knitting. Oh well. Gives me incentive to learn knitted garments in the round. :)

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